Victorian Easter at Fort Nelson
|Published: 2nd April 2012 09:08|
CHILDREN'S CRAFT ACTIVITIES
Monday April 2 to Sunday April 15
Times: 10am to 3pm daily
Make-and-take your own crowns, swords and shields, plus colouring and dot-to-dot sheets for younger visitors.
£2 per child.
ADMIRAL NELSON'S TRAIL
New for 2012 - a children's treasure hunt around the Fort
GUIDED TOURS OF THE FORT
Monday April 2 to Sunday 15 April
Throughout the day
Mon 2 April - Thurs 12 April
Times: Daily at
A variety of storytelling sessions throughout the day.
Come and hear tales of the Fort with Old Ma Bobbins and Happy Jack the
Happy Jack will tell you all about his friends the Navvies who built the Fort, how strong they were and what they liked to get up to.
Old Ma Bobbins
Old Ma Bobbins has stories galore about the soldiers who lived at the Fort and the antics they got up to.
Simnel Cake Story
Explore the Fort's Victorian kitchen to discover how the traditional Easter Simnel Cake got its name and some of the exotic and expensive ingredients that were used to make it.
Monday 2 - Sunday 15 April
Times: 12pm & 3pm
Royal Armouries Museum, Fort Nelson, Portsdown Hill Road, Fareham, PO17 6AN, tel: 01329 233734